Basic Swedish 3, 7.5 credits

Academic year 2021/2022

  • Course code: 5PU030

    Autumn 2021, Afternoon, 12%, Campus

    Start date: 30 August 2021

    End date: 5 June 2022

    Language of instruction: Swedish

    Location: Visby

  • Course code: 5PU030

    Autumn 2021, Mixed, 25%, Campus

    Start date: 30 August 2021

    End date: 16 January 2022

    Language of instruction: Swedish

    Location: Uppsala

  • Course code: 5PU030

    Spring 2022, Mixed, 25%, Campus

    Start date: 17 January 2022

    End date: 5 June 2022

    Language of instruction: Swedish

    Location: Uppsala

Entry requirements: General entry requirements (except the Swedish language requirement). The course Basic Swedish 2 (or the equivalent skill in Swedish) is also required.

Please note: It is necessary tor the applicant to be enrolled in the students register (Ladok) of their main department at Uppsala University before an application can be granted.

About the course

This course is aimed for international students who have relatively good proficiency in the Swedish language. You have learned the basics through participating and passing the Basic Swedish 2 course or corresponding studies. Basic Swedish 3 gives you more profound knowledge in the Swedish language through teacher-led training and to an extent self-learning.

The course deepens your knowledge of Swedish language structure, vocabulary and written skills. The course also includes assignments to improve your listening comprehension and the ability to express your oral and written skills. All these parts are taught parallelly through the course.

The texts and the themes focus on areas like spare time, lifestyle, government, politics, the history of Sweden and the Nordic countries, tourism, and travels.

Taking the course also entails the opportunity to get to know and study with other international students.

The course includes 48 lessons and you meet the teacher and your group twice a week.

Passed course gives you 7,5 credits and aims at the B1 level on the CEFR-scale.

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